Brown Gelding born June 28, 2018
Midnight Replication or “Remi” is a beautiful and stout 4 year old AQHA brown gelding. He currently stands at 15.3hh and is still growing. He has a calm and friendly personality, is the first one to meet you at the gate everyday and loves attention. He’s been used as a ranch horse the past year gathering and sorting our herd of mares and foals, halter breaking and ponying colts, and gathering cattle in steep and rough terrain. He has a lot of outside miles and is good riding out alone or in a group. He crosses water, bridges, and is very careful with his feet in rocky terrain. He was recently started on the head side, and will really hook onto a cow. He is calm and relaxed in the box, but will put you right in position. With foundation speed bred lines on the top, and bottom side going back to Freckles Playboy, Poco Tivio and Poco Bueno , he has ton of head horse potential!
Remi is not a beginner horse, and he does best when he is ridden every day. After time off he can be cold backed and needs a good warm up before you step on. He is an easy keeper- good with his feet, easy to catch, and easy to haul. He has a great neck rein and a big stop.
Bay Roan Stud Colt born May 18th, 2022
This colt is going to be BIG and gentle. Both parents are stout and 15.2hh +.
He has a sweet and in your pocket personality.
Kids Lil Dynamite
Chocolate Palomino Filly born April 17, 2022
This flashy little filly is a beautiful mover and very light on her feet. She has beautiful dapples coming through her foal coat!
Sire: Wrangler O Dynamite
Dam: Kids Lil Diamond
La Diamond Seeker
Gray Gelding born April 29, 2021
This colt has very correct confirmation and is a beautiful mover. He is very light on his feet and could go any direction.
Sire: RS Seek La Gold
Dam: Kids Lil Diamond
Consigned to the NILE Gold Buckle Horse Sale
October 22, 2022 in Billings, MT
Bay Gelding born 2017
Opie is a 5 year old bay gelding measuring 15.3hh with a stout build. He is a grade paint/QH cross, and with 4 white socks and a blaze he is one flashy guy! He loves riding outside, and will make someone an outstanding trail or ranch horse. Opie is as safe as they come, with absolutely no buck. He can ride alone or in a group, and is not buddy or barn sour. Opie is not your typical dead head dude horse, he has a good motor and can really cover some ground. He does have just a little more go than whoa, so would be better suited for more of an intermediate rider. He has a great handle and neck rein.
We’ve used Opie as a ranch horse the past 2 years, and he has become our go to guy when we need a dependable horse. Just grab him and go! No warm up necessary. He is the same horse every time you pull him out of the pasture, it doesn’t matter if its been 3 days or 3 months. He also spent a winter night calving on the Broken O Ranch, where he pulled the calf sled on subzero stormy nights. Theres isn’t much that phases him.
Opie is an easy keeper, easy to catch and gets along with all other horses. He’s lived in a pasture with both geldings and mares, mini horses, and we’ve also used him as a baby sitter for our weanlings. He doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. He is 100% sound with no maintenance.